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Tamworth Town Hall Thursday 8 March, 6-8pm

Join Australia’s leading clean energy companies and financiers to discuss the jobs and investment opportunities that will be created in the New England region from the upcoming boom in clean energy, including a briefing on the projects already underway and how to make money from the Carbon Farming Initiative.

Charles Sturt University and the New England Institute of TAFE Educating and training local people for careers in clean energy and resource management For further information contact MP Tony Windsor’s office on 6761 3080 .Attendees: Nathan Fabian Lane Crockett Pacific Hydro Investor Group on Climate Change With $600 billion to invest in new clean energy projects Operating large-scale hydro and wind farms Australia-wide Mike Tournier Carbon Market Institute How farmers and councils can make money from the Carbon Farming Initiative Ken Davey MT Energie The potential of Biogas to support local farmers and develop new industries while generating electricity Simon Holmes-a-Court and Adam Blakester Embark and New England Wind Helping communities build their own clean energy projects Steven Kennedy Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency How the carbon price and its related measures will work Simon O’Connor Australian Conservation Foundation The jobs and investment that will flow from the carbon price and its related measures Tertiary education providers University of New England.